Physical Sequencer Lets You Control the Jam

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 16, 2009 • References: yankodesign
Music doesn’t always have to be produced in a studio and then issued to a radio station. With the Physical Sequencer, you control the flow of the music with your own dance moves (or just plain movement, but that’s BORING).

The Physical Sequencer is a rather large motion-sensor interface that basically has different sounds that react to the way you wiggle (hehe…wiggle).

A special software translates movement (speed, height, etc.) in order to produce a pretty decent musical composition (check the video!). Quite revolutionary in the industry and maybe, JUST MAYBE this will replace lame Auto-Tune with a new brand of musical spontaneity. Stats for Motion Sensor Music Trending: Older & Mild
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